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Middle Aged BJJ 2: No Gi by Tom DeBlass

Fight Smart And Win As An Older Grappler With Tom DeBlass’s Guide To Beating Younger, Faster Opponents With These Key Details And Fundamental Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Concepts To Slowing The Fight Down And Keeping Control - NO GI

  • Learn how an older grappler can use real technique and useful technique to simplify their Brazilian jiu-jitsu and slow down younger grapplers with Tom DeBlass’s help
  • Tom DeBlass is a UFC veteran fighter and a respected black belt grappling coach in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, as well as a BJJ Fanatics favorite
  • Tom shows how to work from top and bottom position with techniques and attacks that older grapplers can gain advantage with, including half guard, pressure passing, and more
  • Finish the fight with chokes and joint locks that you can slowly control and finish, with no scrambling or speed needed
  • Get real useful advice on how to warmup and cooldown and recover as an older grappler, so you can avoid injury and stay on the mat longer


Course Content

Volume 1

Intro/Warmup 0
Slowing a standing opponent down entering a guard 9:26
Head to the outside modified deep half-guard reversal 17:55
Nullifying the knee slice with lower leg manipulation into reversal 27:17

Volume 2

Recovering quarter mount with inside arm control 0
Gaining the undertook from the half-guard to reversal with lower leg manipulation 11:20
Defending your knee line from the bottom half-guard 20:58
Maintaining side control with hip switching 26:03

Volume 3

Slowing down a standing opponent with initial dela riva grip transitioning to deep half-guard 0
Dela riva grip into modified X-guard sweep requiring little athleticism 5:59
Breaking your partner down into the closed guard transitioning to a knee-friendly omoplata 14:57
Modified triangle protecting the knees from further injury 24:53
Maximizing time spent on the back 30:23

Volume 4

Maintaining top half-guard while controlling the bottom leg shutting down your opponent’s ability to stand or scramble 0
Maintaining top butterfly position not allowing your opponent to stand back up 9:10
Closed-guard pass using your partner’s overhook as your underhook to slow them down 20:21
Hand fighting from top position to slow your bottom opponent down 29:59
Closing thoughts 40:00

Middle Aged BJJ 2: No Gi by Tom DeBlass

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Fight Smart And Win As An Older Grappler With Tom DeBlass’s Guide To Beating Younger, Faster Opponents With These Key Details And Fundamental Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Concepts To Slowing The Fight Down And Keeping Control - NO GI

  • Learn how an older grappler can use real technique and useful technique to simplify their Brazilian jiu-jitsu and slow down younger grapplers with Tom DeBlass’s help
  • Tom DeBlass is a UFC veteran fighter and a respected black belt grappling coach in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, as well as a BJJ Fanatics favorite
  • Tom shows how to work from top and bottom position with techniques and attacks that older grapplers can gain advantage with, including half guard, pressure passing, and more
  • Finish the fight with chokes and joint locks that you can slowly control and finish, with no scrambling or speed needed
  • Get real useful advice on how to warmup and cooldown and recover as an older grappler, so you can avoid injury and stay on the mat longer


Course Content

Volume 1

Intro/Warmup 0
Slowing a standing opponent down entering a guard 9:26
Head to the outside modified deep half-guard reversal 17:55
Nullifying the knee slice with lower leg manipulation into reversal 27:17

Volume 2

Recovering quarter mount with inside arm control 0
Gaining the undertook from the half-guard to reversal with lower leg manipulation 11:20
Defending your knee line from the bottom half-guard 20:58
Maintaining side control with hip switching 26:03

Volume 3

Slowing down a standing opponent with initial dela riva grip transitioning to deep half-guard 0
Dela riva grip into modified X-guard sweep requiring little athleticism 5:59
Breaking your partner down into the closed guard transitioning to a knee-friendly omoplata 14:57
Modified triangle protecting the knees from further injury 24:53
Maximizing time spent on the back 30:23

Volume 4

Maintaining top half-guard while controlling the bottom leg shutting down your opponent’s ability to stand or scramble 0
Maintaining top butterfly position not allowing your opponent to stand back up 9:10
Closed-guard pass using your partner’s overhook as your underhook to slow them down 20:21
Hand fighting from top position to slow your bottom opponent down 29:59
Closing thoughts 40:00


 

 

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So, What Exactly Do You Get?

PART 1

  • INTRO/WARMUP
  • SLOWING A STANDING OPPONENT DOWN ENTERING A GUARD
  • HEAD TO THE OUTSIDE MODIFIED DEEP HALF-GUARD REVERSAL
  • NULLYING THE KNEE SLICE WITH LOWER LEG MANIPULATION INTO REVERSAL
  • PART 2

  • RECOVERING QUARTER MOUNT WITH INSIDE ARM CONTROL
  • GAINING THE UNDERTOOK FROM THE HALF-GUARD TO REVERSAL WITH LOWER LEG MANIPULATION
  • DEFENDING YOUR KNEE LINE FROM THE BOTTOM HALF-GUARD
  • MAINTAINING SIDE CONTROL WITH HIP SWITCHING
  • PART 3

  • SLOWING DOWN A STANDING OPPONENT WITH INITIAL DELA RIVA GRIP
  • TRANSITIONING TO DEEP HALF-GUARD
  • DELA RIVA GRIP INTO MODIFIED X-GUARD SWEEP REQUIRING LITTLE ATHLETICISM
  • BREAKING YOUR PARTNER DOWN INTO THE CLOSED GUARD TRANSITIONING TO A KNEE-FRIENDLY OMOPLATA
  • MODIFIED TRIANGLE PROTECTING THE KNEES FROM FURTHER INJURY
  • MAXIMIZING TIME SPENT ON THE BACK
  • PART 4

  • MAINTAINING TOP HALF-GUARD WHILE CONTROLLING THE BOTTOM LEG SHUTTING DOWN YOUR OPPONENT'S ABILITY TO STAND OR SCRAMBLE
  • MAINTAINING TOP BUTTERFLY POSITION NOT ALLOWING YOUR OPPONENT TO STAND BACK UP
  • CLOSED-GUARD PASS USING YOUR PARTNER'S OVERHOOK AS YOUR UNDERHOOK TO SLOW THEM DOWN
  • HAND FIGHTING FROM TOP POSITION TO SLOW YOUR BOTTOM OPPONENT DOWN
  • CLOSING THOUGHTS

  • $77


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